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    • 5
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      Stayed here before over 10 years ago. Excellent in every way. Staff very attentive and food very good and served in a friendly and helpful manner. Would recommend highly....
      06 Nov 2018read review
    • 5
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      Doppelzimmer gebucht und eine große Ferienwohnung erhalten. Tolle Lage direkt am Hafen. Parkmöglichkeiten auch vorhanden. Bushaltestelle direkt vor dem Hotel....
      07 Oct 2018read review
    • 4
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      We stayed for one week in the Country View self catering apartment. It was very well equipped, very comfortable and had plenty of space....
      18 Sep 2018read review
    • 5
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      Great food ,service, room and setting- 5pm in the public louge was a great touch!!! Very friendly
      04 Sep 2018read review
    • 4
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      This hotel is superbly positioned in an iconic Jersey location- just a few minutes walk from La Corbiere lighthouse....
      16 Aug 2018read review
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St Clement in Jersey

Clement is the smallest parish of the twelve parishes and located at the far south east end of Jersey. The size is just a mere 1,044 acres yet despite this it is the most densely populated parish on Jersey.

The majority of the St Clement lies below the high tide level and often used to become flooded which over the years did cause the parish to decrease in size. In pre-Norman times St. Clement was known as Petravilla or Pierreville. It has been historically noted that in 1172 a chapel existed in St Clement as well as a priory located on the site of the old Priory Inn (now houses), where men and women under religious vows resided.

St Clement was the centre of a significant witch movement in the 16th and 17th centuries and the rock at 'Rocque Berge' was used for a number of witchcraft activities. The middle of the 19th century saw the western part of the parish taken over by St. Helier, reducing it's size and open green space dramatically. The famous French writer Victor Hugo lived in Marina Terrace where he wrote 'Les Chatiments', a collection of poetry. He also lived at Hauteville House in Guernsey. Tourist Attractions in St Clement include:

Holiday Accommodation in St Clement

Holiday accommodation includes Hotels, Guest Houses and Self-Catering properties in the parish of St Clement:

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Pontac House Hotel
St. Clements Bay, St. Clement, Jersey, GB
Pontac House Hotel is a small 3 star family-run hotel on the south coast of Jersey in St Clement, opposite St Clement's bay beach. The 27 bedrooms are all en-suite and most feature unrivalled sea views and balconies. Pontac House Hotel in Jersey has a long established reputation for its food and focuses on fresh local Jersey produce including locally caught seafood.
Samarès Coast Hotel & Apartments
St. Clement's Coast Road, St. Clement, Jersey, GB
Samare's Coast Hotel and 12 self-catering apartments are located on the south coast of Jersey in a prime sea front location with sea views over sandy St. Clement's Bay. The hotel has an indoor leisure complex with swimming pool, spa bath, steam room and modern mini gym plus an outdoor swimming pool and award winning gardens. Carpark. Near Bus stop. Buses to St Helier take 15 min. and 25 min. to Gorey Harbour. Only 30 min.
Shakespeare Coastal Hotel
La Grande Route de la Cote, St. Clement, Jersey, GB
Shakespeare Hotel is a relaxed and friendly 3 star, family-run hotel in a coastal location in Jersey. With stunning sea-views over St Clement's Bay, the Shakespeare Hotel is near the beach and town and perfectly positioned from which to explore Jersey. There are 32 bedrooms offering en-suite facilities, television, direct-dial phones and tea facilities.
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